Hell In A Bucket, Shakedown Street, Wang Dang Doodle, Friend Of The Devil, When I Paint My Masterpiece, Brown
Foolish Heart, Looks Like Rain-> Jam-> Crazy Fingers-> Playin' In The Band-> Terrapin Station-> Drums-> Jam-> Dark Star Jam-> Playin' In The Band Reprise-> Black Peter-> One More Saturday Night, E: The Weight
-- Set 2 is seamless
-- Numerous Dark Star teases throughout Set 2
-- Thanks to David Gans for lending me his Dats
Dat (Sony R500) -> Samplitude Professional v11.2 -> FLAC
November 1, 2018 Subject:
I sang a little while and then flew on.
June 10, 2018 Subject:
Tell it, doug_the_dude! Excellent display of a show, easy five stars. Deadbase has this show ranked tenth among "favorite tapes" for '91. behind some absolute beauties, like 9/10/91 (#1 with 71 votes), 10/31 (55), 9/26 (40), and 8/16 (38). Lots of June '91s in the mix, by the way. For example, you'll find near the top 6/17 (34), 6/14 (33), 6/25 (21), and then 6/22 (18). Further down June shows include 6/7 (8), 6/24 (8), 6/16 (5), 6/6 (4), 6/20 (4), 6/9 (3), and 6/20 (3). That's (to my count) 11 out of 15!
*Hornsby's only show in Chicago.
June 20, 2013 Subject:
If you've heard 6/17/91, you get the idea - Bruce insisting on shrouding a series of tunes in the suite in a fleeting Dark Star aura, the boys performing as a big band-style whole, and, at 3 solid, exhaustingly great hours, delivering yet another pretty amazing show from this marvelous tour.
Set 1 - Shakedown? Yes, please! Friend of the Devil as well - that's another one of those tunes that simply never, ever gets old for me. Let it Grow is a symphonic explosion.
Set 2 is one very long, very confident, rather epic suite. They don't stop playing for upwards to two hours, and it's really that ability they had this summer to turn on the smallest of dimes to another tune so perfectly that makes it - listen to Crazy Fingers emerge so quietly and beautifully from LLR; Playin's BANG beginning, Terrapin being dragged to life by Bruce, who can't seem to make up his mind whether to Dark-Star this thing or what (god love him), but Jerry is more than up to the vocal challenge....
...Drums > Space covers some wonderfully haunting psychedelic ground, and that "envelope" of Dark Star is once again opened, and unlike 6/17's jaw-dropping jazz, the jam that emerges here is more of a proper Dark Star jam, nothing fancy, just a gentle unleashing of all that tension. Bruce leaves it alone after they drop this one in the slot.
Rest of the show is just fine. As they round the bend to the Weight, it's been a giddy ride. Three solid hours, and every bit of it is as good as anything you'll hear in 1991. Maybe one of the year's most-realized shows, IMHO.